Hong Kong Rugby Sevens Visitor's Guide

Results from 29 March matches

Kung Fu Rugby arrived to Hong Kong Stadium on this last day of the Sevens.  Let’see who wins the finals for this year.   Date Time Trophy Game Matches Result […]

Results from 28 March matches

The second day gets more intense as teams were striving to make to the finals.  Here are the results from the second day of matches.   Date Time Pool Game […]

Results from 27 March Matches

The madness is finally here!  The atmosphere is incredible and the first game day already brought the vibe to the top.  Here are the results from the first day of […]

Magnificent Seven: Waisale Serevi

Waisale Serevi, perhaps the most influential player in the history of sevens, has been announced as the sixth player inducted into the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union’s ‘The Hong Kong […]

ICC light up Hong Kong with the first ever rugby spirit lightshow

As part of the ongoing celebrations of 40 years of Sevens in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union’s Community Foundation is pleased to announce the first ever ‘Hong […]

“LKF Sevens Carnival” will be held at Lan Kwai Fong

The Hong Kong Rugby Football Union and the Lan Kwai Fong Association are pleased to announce the hosting of the first ever “LKF Sevens Carnival” which will be held in […]

Magnificent Seven: David Campese

The Hong Kong Rugby Football Union (HKRFU) has announced Australia’s David Campese as the fifth member of ‘The Hong Kong Magnificent Seven’, the HKRFU’s commemorative campaign to recognise the seven […]

Hong Kong Team Player Q&A: Lindsay Varty

Lindsay’s best memory of being a player of the Sevens was scoring a try against Kazakhstan in her first Hong Kong Women’s Sevens when she was 17. Lindsay shares her other side of life outside of the Sevens.

Game on! Enjoy Rugby Week fun

  The tournament spans three days but the fiesta actually begins a week before the games at Hong Kong Stadium kick off. This week of activities gives fans and players alike the chance […]

HK Sevens: A game for all

Sevens is a cut-down, speeded up version of conventional rugby. Faster, higher scoring and with fewer rules, Sevens has a wider appeal than the original fifteens version. Established in 1976 and organised by the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union, the Hong Kong Sevens is the world’s premier international sevens event, marking its 40th anniversary in 2015. In 1999, the Hong Kong Sevens became a part of World Rugby’s HSBC Sevens World Series.

To date, Hong Kong is the only HSBC Sevens World Series event to host 28 international teams, more than any other tournament, along with offering the largest prize purse in international sevens (US$150,000). The Hong Kong Rugby Football Union is also the only international rugby union to have hosted two Rugby World Cup Sevens, in 1997 and 2005.

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Don't Miss Out the exciting Events Below!

Sunday, 29 March
Time Event
07:00 Gates Open
07:05 Mini / Youth Rugby Showcase
09:30 HSBC Sevens World Series Quarter Finals
12:26 Qualifier Semi Finals
13:10 Entertainment: Kung Fu Rugby
13:34 HSBC Sevens World Series Semi Finals
16:30 Qualifier Final
17:00 Shield Final
17:30 Bowl Final
18:00 Plate Final
18:30 Cup 3rd/4th
19:00 Cup Final
19:30 Cup Presentation
19:40 Event Ends
Friday, 27 March
Time Event
11:00 Gates Open
11:05 Mini Rugby Showcase
13:00 Qualifier Pool matches
17:24 Hong Kong Women's Rugby Sevens Final
17:46 Entertainment : Opening Ceremony
18:10 HSBC Sevens World Series pool matches
21:06 End of Day One
Saturday, 28 March
Time Event
07:00 Gates Open
07:05 Mini Rugby Showcase
09:00 Qualifier Pool matches
11:12 HSBC Sevens World Series pool matches
14:04 Entertainment: march past and Village People
15:14 HSBC Sevens World Series pool matches
18:10 Qualifier Quarter Finals
21:06 End of Day Two